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    S&W Combat Magnum

    After buying the 4” model 19, I pulled the four I have out of the safe for some beauty shots

    The blued





    The stainless





    The family





    The 6” stainless one was the second gun I bought brand new in 1988, at the tender age of 20 (and I tossed the cardboard box back then)

    The 66 4” benefited from a pair of NOS original grips

    Last edited by OLIAR15; 07-24-22 at 09:30.

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    Nice collection, there is just something about a blued Smith revolver. I have a 6” Model 19-5 which I had tuned for PPC Distinguished Service class, in which I used to compete years ago. The trigger is amazing and the pistol is just a joy to shoot.
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    Beautiful guns. I'm a big fan of old school Smiths. I think the K frame has the ideal balance, especially for a carry revolver. I've carried and used L frames, and N frames, but the K is definitely my ideal for an everyday revolver. The wood grain in those grips is beautiful.
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    I just have a thing for S&W revolvers. If i could only have one gun a model 19 is a top contender.
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    Just found a LNIB 4’’ nickel model 19-4 from 1981, barrel not pinned but recessed cylinder for $ 930





















    The 4’’ trio




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    Wow, the grain on the blued 4" gun is amazing!

    Andy

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    “Goncolo Alves”. S&W used it for a while.
    It’s naturally pretty “stripey”.
    A true "Gun Guy" (or gal) should have familiarity and a modicum of proficiency with most all firearms platforms.

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    Beautiful revolvers. The K frame sure is something special.

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    Beautiful revolvers. Unfortunately they don’t make them like that anymore

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    Many of we older guys didn't realize that we should have saved the box's .

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